Dr. Zak hails from the small town of Pocahontas in northwest Iowa. He received his undergrad degree in Kinesiology and Health from Iowa State University, and his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University in the Twin Cities.
Growing up involved in athletics, Dr. Zak originally sought out chiropractic care to help him through his high school sports injuries, finding his chiropractor was the most helpful in getting him back out onto the field. Since, he has appreciated the many benefits chiropractic care can offer. His passion lies in working with athletes and he continues to work on post graduate studies in this area. Dr. Zak is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) and is also RockTape certified. He has applied that knowledge in working with the South Hardin football and Quakerdale Prep basketball teams.
Dr. Zak is an avid Cyclone and Cubs fan and enjoys spending time with his family. In the community, he has volunteered his time to be on the boards for the Hardin County Community Endowment Foundation and Greenbelt Homecare.
Dr. Emily is from the small town of Horicon, located in southeastern Wisconsin. She studied Biology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison before attending Northwestern Health Sciences University to complete her Doctorate of Chiropractic.
She comes from a chiropractic family, following in the footsteps of her dad and brother. She enjoyed growing up with a lifestyle focused on health and vitality and strives to empower local families to achieve the same benefits. She especially enjoys working with children and expecting mothers and is furthering her studies in pediatric and prenatal care through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. She is an active member of the association and certified in the Webster Technique.
Dr. Emily is a true Wisconsin girl, being an avid Badger and Packer fan. She enjoys keeping active by running and spending time outdoors, as well as being an active member of the Eldora Kiwanis Club and member of the Grand Theater Board. She enjoys spending her free time with her husband, Zak, and son, Everett.
Joan is from the Hardin County area and grew up on a farm just to the south of New Providence. She has always lived in the area where Joan and her husband raised their two children. Joan has two grand-daughters whom she thoroughly enjoys spending as much time as possible. Her favorite hobbies include crocheting, reading, and doing crafts.